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ELON UNIVERSITY

Revised 28 Dec 2006


HVAC STANDARDS

A. EQUIPMENT MANFACTURER NOTES DESIGNER COMMENTS


1 Centrifugal Chillers Trane or McQuay

2 Reciprocating/Scroll Chillers Trane


McQuay
Carrier
3 Residential Cooling Systems Carrier Filters to be accessable without removing panel covers
Trane

B. ENERGY CONTROL SYSTEM


1 Residential Carrier  Nonprogrammable room thermostats,
Trane  Carrier model Debonair 71 preferred,
 Internal limit settings ( separate setpoints for heating and
cooling max/min temp),
 Secure access to limit settings,
 No batteries,
 Auto change over,
 Not on central energy system.

2 Non Residential Automated Logic,  Central energy system,


Johnson Controls, or  Room thermostats with set point by BAS and +/- 3 degree
Trane Tracker adjustment by occupant., (rotary dail is acceptable if dail can be
disabled)
 Economizer mode preferred with enthalpy control.
 Connect point to Duke Energy demand meter.
 Provide changeable reset schedule for HW heat and CHW
cooling.

C. CONTROL REQUIREMENTS - Minimum


1 Air Handlers HW & CHW valves to be Proportional Control,
EMS Sensors to read:
 Room return air temperature, humidity, mixed air
temperature, supply air temperature,
 Fan start/stop, fan status, cfm,
 VSD status ( inlet vane damper position),
 Static pressure,
 HW & CHW valve position,
 Damper positions.

2 VAV Boxes HW & CHW valves to be Proportional Control,


EMS Sensors to read:
 Discharge temp,
 Fan start/stop, fan status, cfm,
 Damper positon,
 Valve position.

3 Chillers EMS Sensors to read:


 Start/stop ( enable/disable),
 Pumps start/stop and status,
 Automatic alternating lead/lag for multiple chillers/pumps,
 CHW supply/return temperature & valve position,
 Condenser water supply/return temperature & valve position,
 Outside air temperature and humidity.

4 Boilers EMS Sensors to read:


 Start/stop ( enable/disable),
 Pumps start/stop and status,
 HW supply/return temperature,
 HW valve positon,
 Automatic alternating lead/lag for multiple boilers.

D. General Notes
1 Copper pipe to be Type L or K only.
2 Pumps to be Bell & Gossett, Weinman, or Armstrong.
3 Exterior piping: All non-metallic pipes to have #14 tracer wire stubbed up at proper access points (valve box, eqpt room, etc.)
4 Install floor drain in all mechanical rooms with air handling units.
5 EMS to provide graphics for all sensor data.

Any deviations from these criteria are noted above in the comments section.

Designer Signature and date:_________________________________________

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